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Successful Self-Publishing--From Children's Author to Independent Publisher, A Simple Guide for New and Not So New Authors

Successful Self-Publishing--From Children's Author to Independent Publisher, A Simple Guide for New and Not So New Authors

ISBN: 0975925172

Title: Successful Self-Publishing--From Children's Author to Independent Publisher, A Simple Guide for New and Not So New Authors

Author: M. LaVora Perry

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A guide for writers who want a simple introduction to independent publishing and published authors who seek winning strategies to boost book sales.

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Successful Self-Publishing is a guide for writers who want a simple introduction to independent publishing and published authors who seek winning strategies to boost book sales. In 1995 M. LaVora Perry became the first staff card writer of color for American Greetings (AG)-the world’s largest publicly-owned greeting card company. Perry twice received AG Creative Excellence awards for writing and editing before resigning from the multinational corporation in 2002. Today the list of writers who have sought Perry’ expertise as an independent publisher includes Janis F. Kearney, the First U.S. Presidential Diarist (Clinton Administration) and the author of Essence magazine best-seller Cotton Field of Dreams-a Memoir. ENDORSEMENTS “LaVora, thank you for the work you’re doing to make it easier for new authors who seek to publish independently! So many of us have learned from your example. I for one depended on your wisdom and experience as I began to look at options in starting our own small press. Your assistance has been invaluable.” -Janis F. Kearney, First U.S. Presidential Diarist (Clinton Administration), Author of Cotton Field of Dreams—A Memoir “This is such an easy to read and easy to follow book. I’ve already learned so much.” -Michelle Rankins, Poet and Author “LaVora, you are an inspiration to the literary community.” -Nancy Gilliam, Contributor to Chicken Soup for the African American Soul Read Successful Self-Publishing to learn about: >>the three basic ways your book can be published >>affordable printing options if you independently publish >>practical ways to effectively promote books for children through adults that will sell your current book and generate new sales for your previously published and future titles